May I stay?  by Ozcloggie

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For the Black and white challenge.



In 1969, I enrolled in the “Art Teachers Conversion Course”. It was my first experience of formal art lessons. Soon other interests prevailed, until, I had lunch, in Hazelhurst and then enjoyed the art classes there. Culminating in my exhibition, in 2008.

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  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 6 years ago

    yes, you can definitely stay….awwww, sooooo gorgeous!

  • Thanks, Karin. Actually, he has stayed. Been here a few months and owns me!! By the way, he was Toula then. Until we visited the vet and he became a boy.

    – Ozcloggie

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 6 years ago

    lol, oh that’s so sweet!

  • JulieMahony
    JulieMahonyover 6 years ago
    Hey Jo, this is sooooo cute and I’m not even a cat lover ! !
  • On behalf of Remi and myself, thank you!
    Just be careful, if you ever come near him, Julie.
    I’ve taught him to read.
    He knows how you feel and he will jump at your legs, putting his paws around one of them.

    – Ozcloggie

  • Martin Derksema
    Martin Derksemaover 6 years ago

    Great image. Good thing you taught him to read. This world needs lots of well educated cats.

  • MaryO
    MaryOover 6 years ago


  • Natalie Broome
    Natalie Broomeover 6 years ago

    great capture, i love the shadows

  • Thank you, Natalie. He’s not really that shy (any more). Owns the place now. Just like all cats.

    – Ozcloggie

  • mawaho
    mawahoover 6 years ago

    How cute! I love the sun in his fur and the look and of course the shadow.

  • Thanks, Mawaho. *HE*’s getting such special treatment. Jemma was my faithful companion too and, of course, I was already back here, when we went and got her from the RSPCA. But then I was still teaching AND looking after my parents.
    (Gosh!!! Have I been – back- here that long!?!)
    Now, it’s just him and me. (As I’m typing this, I’m letting him in and out of the window, behind the computer. He can hear birds! (And he’s thinking: Hello breakfast! Within those few months he grew so quickly. He’s only stayed away one night and one day!
    I’m so concerned that I now AM one of those elderly folk, on the RSPCA poster, who need a pet for companionship! Luckily, he’s bi-lingual. Understands English AND Dutch and gives me the Moari greeting whenever he comes back in.

    – Ozcloggie

  • coffeetea
    coffeeteaover 6 years ago

    such a lovely photo! of feelings and sphere….

  • Hij is a twee keer zo lang en drie keer zo zwaar. Wordt verwend. We zijn hier alleen over. :)

    – Ozcloggie

  • majo
    majoover 6 years ago

    HIJ mag blijven
    ziet er een “rostje” uit zoals we hier zeggen.
    “rostje”= roestkleurig tijgertje.

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggieover 6 years ago

    Juist ja! Gekozen omdat ik iets heb met………(ken je die hit-song van Arne Jansen?) ……Meisjes met Rode Haren! Echt! Kon kiezen uit drie. Koos deze die op de moeder (Skye) leek. Werd me gezegd dat het een meisje was. Wist ik veel? Dierenarts had nieuws voor me. Nu heet hij niet meer Toula maar Remi en is geen meisje met rode haren. Hij stoeit ook als een jongetje! En voetbalt met me. Nou ja. Als een jongen. (Ik HEB meisjes in m’n teams gehad.)
    Thanks for having a look and your comments!

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